Finding Your Soulmate
My husband and I found each other online just 13 months ago. It was scary at first. We both heard horror stories about online dating. Not only that, but I had actually experienced one. We found that a few strategies helped us find each other in the right way and for the right reasons. I, Miranda want to share a few strategies and thoughts that will help you find your soulmate just as I have found mine. Everyone deserves a happy beginning.
Think about why you would like to find your soulmate. Has something recently changed? Are you going through some challenges? Or is your life finally in order and you feel like it is time to settle down? Or maybe your busy life doesn’t allow you to get out and meet new people. These and many other reasons are examples of why individuals search for their soulmate over the Internet . Nobody likes being alone. Once you’ve made a list or a mental note about the reason you want to find your soulmate, continue to the next section.
Now, the reason will determine which type of online dating site you will choose. Both my husband and I were looking for a lifelong soulmate who had the same religious beliefs. As a result, we chose Christian Mingle.
Once you find a site that meets your needs, start thinking about the kind of person you would like to meet. Writing down a few essential characteristics can help you stay on track and true to yourself. Make sure that your profile accurately reflects you, your personality, and your morals. Try to be fun and not super formal. Everyone’s nervous. Online dating is something that is very new and often takes a lot of guts to participate in. Have fun with it and let it reflect your true self.
My husband and I met face-to-face for the first time, we were nervous. I think the thing that helped us connect the most was our honesty. Honesty is a huge deal when you first meet someone. You can tell when someone’s lying and when they’re honest it feels good. It feels like they respect you and want respect in return. If you are completely honest and don’t try to be someone you’re not, your soulmate will do the same. It’s OK to be nervous and share that with your date.
Something else that I have learned is that it is sometimes easier to get to know someone when you’re in a larger group setting. There are less pressures and time to see them interact with different people in a different setting. Once you’ve met someone and have gotten to know them better, be honest and share your expectations. Ask them how they feel about the relationship thus far and make sure (once again) to be honest. A relationship is a collaboration. It is not a dictatorship. It requires a lot of work and patience. If you want to be part of a long lasting relationship, you must make some sacrifices.
Life is not like a fairytale. You must work hard for it. You must be honest and expect honesty back. You must work hard on effective communication and understanding others. It’s important that you make sure you and your partner talk about expectations and where you see relationship going. You don’t want to waste years on a relationship that will never lead to more. Once again, this depends on your “reason”.
No matter who you are or what your goals are, you deserve to find your soulmate. Though you may have lost hope, I know that you can still find love. I did. I found my soulmate and I’m never letting him go. So have hope and get your priorities straight, because you CANdo this.
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